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meeting going on in boston. "the washington examiner" says rush limbaugh, sean hannity and mark levin are being eyed as 2016 debate moderators. >> which is amazing. i love the idea, frankly. it's funny, because their justification is we want to hear from the real grassroots conservatives. now anyone who was watching the debates last time around did not have any problem hearing from the quote/unquote real grassroots conservatives. the problem was that those debates pulled their candidates so far to the right, exposed the baseness and the extreme nature of the party. i don't think there is anyone better to do that than a rush limbaugh and a sean hannity and a mark levin. >> well, today, goldie, rush limbaugh told his audience he doesn't know if it will work because he is too famous. take a listen. >> i don't see how i can do it. i'm too famous. this moderating republican debates. did you see that throughout? i think i'd overshadow it. i'm too famous. it would be a tough call. it would be a real, real, real tough call. anyway, well, yeah, yeah, yeah. it could get ratings. there is no que
. >> you know, nia-malika, you have all kind of pundits like sean hannity helping to really drive this shutdown the government fever. watch this. >> i almost view it as a last stand. i know there are political calibrations, calculations that some have to make. i just want -- i want people of principle that aren't making political calculations, maybe it hurts in the long run, and if it does, i'm sorry. i just -- it seems that this is the hill to die on. >> i mean, how much of this is a problem for the leadership when you have people that can impact their base, they're saying well, let's die on this hill? >> well, you've seen from representative boehner and representative cantor real closed door heart to heart sessions with the members of their party who were dead set on shutting down the government, basically make this argument that it's not practical. there is no upside for the republican party, and they are trying to recalibrate what is a real push to try to shut down the government. and it looks like there has been a decision that they're moving away from that idea and trying to
. >>> since the george zimmerman murder trial, right-wingers like hannity, sean hannity and will o'reilly have been attacking some of us in the civil rights movement. for a ralo'reilly, it's a night event. >> that is the subject of this evening's talking points. what the grievance industry does want to divide the country. in general the race hustlers and their sympathizers have descended into the gutter. >> now, as i said on friday, this kind of attack actually shows his own hypocrisy, because bill o'reilly has donated money to my nonprofit. he's also spoken at one of our annual conventions of my civil rights group, the national action network. so why would he give us his time and money if we are so-called race hustlers in the grievance industry? maybe because that kind of smear is needed to make it in the right wing today. these pundits have to launch personal attacks over matters of policy. they have to demonize and delegitimatize anyone and whoever disagrees with them. but it's wrong and it doesn't have to be this way. for example, i've worked with newt gingrich when we have found common gr
, sean hannity, bill o'reilly, these are bajillionaires. you want took about elite and not being in touch with real people, let's start with those two. even that representative chris stuart who said most of his constituents. well, gee, congress has taken five weeks off. that's more time -- >> now. >> after doing nothing, after being the least productive congress we've ever seen. >> i want to know what they're taking a vacation from since they haven't been working. >> yeah. >> but the right started making this vacation argument the president's first year. watch this. >> oh my goodness. >> with the president paying so much for a week of leisure, you might think about money a bit. >> that's why the marie antoinette joke of the moochelle obama. it is why some people say that it looks like these two just wanted to be president for the perks. >> there he goes jetting off tickle his toes in the sand of martha's vineyard and probably burying his head in the proverbial sand. >> 16 vacations, 90 rounds of super golf. >> our dedicated commander in chief has since returned to his wonderful vacation i
and poor? is your decision making under suspicion? this cartoonish stuff isn't new for the likes of hannity, beck, or o'reilly. >> my contention is that the obama administration is encouraging parasites to come out and, you know, take as much as they can with no remorse. and this is how a country declines. this is how we become a weak nation. >> so if you need food stamps, you're a parasite. that wasn't exactly his language when he supported billions of dollars to bail out bankers in need. but this is the heartless talk we keep hearing from the right. and bill o'reilly is hardly alone. tea party senator rand paul is comparing the use of food stamps to slavery. in an interview he said access to food and water is not a right, because, quote, once you conscript people and say oh, it's a right, then really you're in charge. it's servitude. you're in charge of me, and i'm supposed to do whatever you want to tell me to do. so if you take food stamps, you're accepting servitude. senator, what about if you're hungry? and it doesn't stop at food stamps. here is what republican congressman dave joyce
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